This article is from 2008.
For a man apparently obsessed by the little things in life, Cruttenden tackles some pretty weighty subjects: the Irish troubles, WWII, death. He also worries about his big face, blokey physique and girly voice, wanting to be political, but unable 'to be bothered to do the reading'. Instead, he's nebulously angry and liable to erupt like a volcano. A turbulent show, punctuated by snappy one-liners and a great finale.
Assembly Rooms, 623 3030, until 25 Aug, 7.35pm, £10.50–£11.50 (£9.50–£10.50).